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Monday, 26 January 2015

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Plenmeller: The firm with a lot of bottle looks for engineers of the future

hxvinegar THE man at the helm of South Tynedale’s biggest employer insists his firm has recovered from an economic downturn which resulted in 25 job losses six years ago.

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Tynedale: County aims to flush £240,000 out of toilets

COMMUNITY volunteers are set to have their say on the future of public toilets in Tynedale as Northumberland County Council looks to shave £240,000 off its budget.

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Kielder: Team of the year

STAFF at a Kielder accommodation provider are celebrating a national award.

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Stocksfield: Planning decision overruled

A PLANNING inspector has overturned a decision by Northumberland County Council to reject a bid to turn a farm shed at Stocksfield into a detached house.

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Once Brewed: The Sill visitor centre reaches final hurdle

TUESDAY is D-day for plans to build a controversial £13m visitor centre just yards from the Roman Wall.

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Bellingham: Club’s fund-raising drive is right on cue

hxcue HIGH heating costs have a community club in the North Tyne well and truly snookered.

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Ovingham Bridge programme seven weeks behind schedule

hxob THE year-long programme of works to refurbish historic Ovingham Bridge is seven weeks behind schedule – but hopes are high that contractors will complete the job within the deadline.

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Tynedale: Post 16 transport report

THE introduction of a £600 charge by Northumberland County Council for sixth formers to travel on school buses has been properly handled, according to a council report.

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Tynedale: Textile students have designs on dressing up Hexham Abbey

hxdressy PERIOD dress from the 16th century has made a sensational comeback at Hexham Abbey – where costumes fit for Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre are on display.

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Tynedale: Tory MP receives Green challenge

THE Tynedale Green Party is cheekily challenging Hexham’s MP Guy Opperman to follow the lead of his boss, Prime Minister David Cameron, and join it for a televised debate.

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Hexham: Every book is a labour of love

hxurchin AUTHOR and mother-of-three Margi McAllister apologised that she couldn’t possibly say when I asked which of her books was her favourite.

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Hexham: Focus on film festival

PLANS are afoot to launch a film festival that would burnish Hexham’s growing reputation as a town of culture.

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Tynedale: Entertainment on the doorstep

hxnewbudapestcafe WHAT do you get if you blend fiery fiddling with sauntering snow bears, stirred in with a generous dollop of poetry, music and comedy?

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Tynedale: Boxes inspire love of history

hxvenusofwilendorf HISTORY has been packed in a box to stimulate a love of all things ancient among youngsters.

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Bardon Mill village notes

TONIGHT is the village Burns Night supper and ceilidh at Ridley Hall.

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Upper North Tyne village notes

KIELDER Community Association (and friends) enjoyed another hilarious trip to the pantomime at the Theatre Royal, Newcastle, on Saturday, January 10.

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Haltwhistle village notes

A HIGHLIGHTS touring theatre event, The New Budapest Cafe Orchestra, will take place at Holy Cross Church on Saturday, January 31 at 7.30pm.

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Stocksfield village notes

THE junior branch of the Stocksfield Players hasbeen working very hard over the last few weeks to be able to present Rhyme, Rhythm and Song tonight and tomorrow in the community centre at 6.30pm.

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Corbridge village notes

MESSY Church returns on Sunday, January 25, from 2.30pm until 5pm, the theme this time is Moses.

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Greenhead village notes

OUR normal posties continue to make their deliveries of mail in a thoroughly helpful and sensible manner, taking into account all our individual peculiarities, but the new owners of the service are starting to make themselves felt.

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